Raleigh police charge two 18-year-olds had four illegal drugs in car

From staff reportsJuly 5, 2013 

Stefan Alexander Pavic.


— Two 18-year-old men faced multiple drug-dealing charges Friday after police stopped their car on Falls of Neuse Road near Sandy Fork Road and said they found marijuana, ecstasy, psilocybin and a synthetic form of the active ingredient in marijuana.

Arrest warrants and reports said Stefan Alexander Pavic of 6425 Lakeland Drive and Gregory Martin Day of 1504 Lakepark Drive were in a 1999 BMW 323i when police stopped them about 5 a.m. Thursday on Falls of Neuse Road near Sandy Forks Road.

The warrants charge Pavic and Day had 175 grams (just over 6 ounces) of marijuana; 8 grams of synthetic cannabinoid; 4 grams of MDMA, known by its street name of ecstasy; and 5 grams of psilocybin, a hallucinogen derived from mushrooms,

Each was charged with possession with intent to sell or distribute each of the drugs and with maintaining a car as a place to keep or sell drugs.

Arrest reports did not specify who owned the BMW.

Pavic and Day were being held Friday in lieu of $75,000 bail each.

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